TOUR SIGN-UPS: A Broken Blade by Melissa Blair

Hi, y’all!

We are so excited to be bringing y’all our blog tour for the BookTok sensation A Broken Blade by Melissa Blair! This tour will take place on July 25th and run through August 5th (excluding weekends). We’ll be looking for 14-21 hosts for each portion.

We will be prioritizing the hosts that identify with the listed rep in the book: Anishinaabe-kwe, Bisexuality

Physical copies will be available to US residents only. Digital copies will be provided to all hosts.

To sign up for this tour, please click the button below! For more information on the book and author, please continue scrolling through this post.

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A Broken Blade (The Halfling Saga, #1)
by Melissa Blair
Published by Union Square & Co.
Releasing on August 2nd, 2022
Adult Fiction—Fantasy

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My body is made of scars,
some were done to me,
but most I did to myself.

Keera is a killer. As the King’s Blade, she is the most talented spy in the kingdom. And the king’s favored assassin. When a mysterious figure moves against the Crown, Keera is called upon to hunt down the so-called Shadow.

She tracks her target into the magical lands of the Fae, but Faeland is not what it seems…and neither is the Shadow. Keera is shocked by what she learns, and can’t help but wonder who her enemy truly is: the King that destroyed her people or the Shadow that threatens the peace?

As she searches for answers, Keera is haunted by a promise she made long ago, one that will test her in every way. To keep her word, Keera must not only save herself, but an entire kingdom.

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Melissa Blair AuthorMelissa (she/her/kwe) is an Anishinaabekwe of mixed ancestry living in Turtle Island. She splits her time between Treaty 9 in Northern Ontario and the unceded territory of the Algonquin Anishinabeg in Ottawa, Canada. She has a graduate degree in Applied Linguistics and Discourse Studies, loves movies, and hates spoons. Melissa has a BookTok account where she discusses her favorite kinds of books including Indigenous and queer fiction, feminist literature, and non-fiction. A Broken Blade is her first novel.

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